Tikun Olam may refer to:
|disambiguation page lists articles associated with the title Tikun Olam. This
If an internal link led you here, you may wish to change the link to point directly to the intended article.
Tikkun olam is a concept in Judaism, interpreted in Orthodox Judaism as the prospect of overcoming all forms of idolatry, and by other Jewish denominations as an aspiration to behave and act constructively and beneficially.
Tohu can refer to:
Tikkun/Tikun is a Hebrew word meaning "Fixing/Rectification". It has several connotations in Judaism:
United Synagogue Youth (USY) is the youth movement of USCJ.
The Protocols of Zion is a 2005 documentary film by Jewish filmmaker Marc Levin about a resurgence of antisemitism in the United States in the wake of the September 11, 2001 attacks. Appearing on screen along with his subjects, Levin engages in a free-for-all dialogue with Arab Americans, Black nationalists, evangelists, White nationalists, Neo-Nazis, Kabbalist rabbis, Holocaust survivors, and Frank Weltner, the founder of the Jew Watch web site.
Sdot Micha Airbase is an IAF missile base and depot of which existence Israel neither confirms nor denies. It is situated in the center of Israel halfway from Jerusalem to the Mediterranean Sea and extends nearly 13 km from southeast to northwest. The center of the base is located 1.5 km north of the moshav Sdot Micha.
Federation CJA aims to be the driving force in a vibrant and caring Montreal Jewish Community. In partnership with an effective network of organizations, builds and sustains the community by providing principled leadership, by raising and distributing funds, and by facilitating, incubating and overseeing the delivery of services and programs.
Marom is the Masorti movement’s organization for students and young adults, providing activities based on religious pluralism and Jewish content. Marom is a platform for a wide cross-section of Israelis with an open, traditional outlook, where they can share experiences and develop their ideas of belonging to the Jewish people. It also provides a framework for members to influence change in Israeli society with their views and beliefs. Marom organizes activities in the spirit of traditional Judaism, Zionism and democracy, on campuses, in Masorti congregations, and in other locations around the country.
The realm known as Akudim/Olam Ha'Akudim is one of the many spiritual worlds described by Kabbalah as being part of the order of development that God utilized to create the physical world. Its significance emerges in Lurianic Kabbalah, as a stage in the process of Tohu and Tikun.
The realm known as Nekudim/Olam HaNekudim is one of the many spiritual worlds (Olamot) described by Kabbalah, as part of the order of development in Creation. Its significance emerges in Lurianic Kabbalah as part of the process of Tohu and Tikun.
The Prime Minister's Club Award, created by then Prime Minister of the state of Israel Golda Meir, was created for the purpose of honoring and recognizing the philanthropic deeds of those who were friends of the state of Israel and helped secure the financial stability and future of the state.
Tikun Olam is a Seattle-based political blog that regularly reports on Israeli security matters. The blog was created in 2003 by Richard Silverstein and covers the Arab–Israeli conflict. Silverstein describes it as a "liberal Jewish blog" that "focuses on exposing the excesses of the Israeli national security state".
Olam HaTohu and Olam HaTikun are two general stages in Jewish Kabbalah, in the order of descending spiritual Worlds (Olamot). In subsequent creation they also represent two archetypal spiritual states of being and consciousness. Their concepts derive from the new scheme of Lurianic Kabbalah by Isaac Luria (1534–1572), the father of modern Kabbalah, based on his interpretation of classic references in the Zohar.
Talia Leman is the CEO and a founder of RandomKid, an organization that empowers young people to do good deeds by providing structure, staff and a tax exempt umbrella organization to receive and disperse funds.
The realm known as Berudim/Verudim/Olam HaBerudim is one of the many spiritual worlds (Olamot) described by Kabbalah, as part of the order of development in Creation. Its significance emerges in Lurianic Kabbalah as a part of the process of Tohu and Tikun.
Infinity is the debut studio album by Jewish hip hop band Shtar. Produced by then-drummer David Epstein, the album was originally released by the independent Shemesh Music label on May 2, 2010. After the band was signed to the larger indie label Shemspeed a year later, it was re-released by that label on March 5, 2012.
Tikun Olam is a company that grows and supplies medical marijuana and is licensed and supervised by the Ministry of Health in Israel, the first of its kind in that country.
The Jewish Women Artists' Circle is a women's artist collective based in the Twin Cities of Minnesota. It was founded by Lucy Rose Fischer in the summer of 2005.
Avrum Rosensweig is the founding director of Ve'ahavta: The Canadian Jewish Humanitarian & Relief Committee. As the son of a rabbi, Avrum was greatly affected by the wars in the Balkans and Rwanda in the early 90's. He decided then, it was paramount the Canadian Jewish community had a humanitarian organization dedicated to living up the Jewish promise of 'never again', that the community would respond when an injustice or disaster occurred. In 1996, Avrum founded Ve'ahavta, a non-profit charity with a mission to encourage all Jews, and all peoples, to play a role in tikun olam, repairing the world. In 2016, Avrum stepped down as CEO and took on the position of Founder & Ambassador, speaking, fundraising and furthering the mission of Ve'ahavta.